Peter Verwimp is a shamanic practitioner from Antwerp Belgium.
He is working around the core principle of connectedness.
In shamanism everything is connected to everything and everything has Spirit.
He offers 3 types of healing modalities:
The role of the Shaman is to look at the energies and see where there are obstacles, to look for discrepancies in the interrelatedness of these energies.
He then sets about to restore balance and flow.
He does so by using his voice and his drum.
Sometimes aided by other sound instruments, like bells, singing bowls and rattles.
Sometimes crystals, herbs and earth elements are used to obtain a better result or to trigger reactions in the clients unconscious mind.
The shaman works intuitively, empties himself and opens himself up to let Spirit work through him.
The beat of the drums and the chants of the voice create a pathway and take you on a journey inside yourself, touching those parts that need healing.
It will conjure up thoughts and repressed emotions.
It will conjure up visions and symbols that can aide in the healing process.
You decide where you want to go, where your pain resides and where your hurt is stored.
The Shaman will guide you on your journey in every step of the Way.
The homes that we live in can be seen as a body. each room representing an organ or bodily function.
When there is a disturbance in the energy field, the energy can`t flow and becomes stagnant.
And stagnant energy becomes a blockage, and that holds us back.
In my house clearing work I set out to restore the balance in each room and remove any energetic obstacles that might hold back the natural flow.
By Intention, smudging, the frequencies of the drum and the chants of my voice I clear the air and energies of your surroundings.
“Not all those who wander are lost.” – J.R.R Tolkien
A walk is like a journey and a journey brings power and love back into your life.
I take you on a walk, in a park, in a forest, in Nature and guide you to those parts of the self that need aligning or healing.
We let nature walk through us instead of the opposite to change our perspective and turn inwards.